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Charles Lee and Frank LingYour Genes, Your Brain -- Groks Science Show 2014-05-07 (May 7, 2014)

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Most of us know that our genes determine many of our physical characteristics and our risk for various diseases. However, the idea that genes influence personality and risk for psychiatric disorders is not quite as easy to swallow. Today, Dr. Abraham Palmer, professor of Human Genetics at the University of Chicago joins us to discuss psychiatric genetics. We’ll talk about the heritability of personality and psychiatric diseases, and he’ll tell us about his latest study on the genetics of amphetamine response.  

This audio is part of the collection: Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
It also belongs to collection: Computers & Technology

Artist/Composer: Charles Lee and Frank Ling
Date: 2014-05-07
Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Keywords: Genetics; Psychiatry; Personality; Amphetamine; Abraham Palmer

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